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Looking Under the Hood - A Better Depression Diagnosis?
Maybe my writer's block is an Ecclesiastes issue. There is nothing new under the sun. But finally, there is. No, not the DSM. Keep reading.
Attentional Biases of Anxiety Disorders, meet Positive Psychology
An attentional bias is a predisposition of our attention to process certain types of information before others. Attentional biases in anxiet
Dealing with Bipolar Stigma and Prejudice in the Workplace
The workplace should be a place where everyone is treated with respect, but sometimes bipolar is met with stigma and discrimination. Here's
» Where is the Self in Treatment of Mental Disorders? - World of Psychology
A lot of treatment for mental health concerns is focused on the disorder. Medications for the symptoms, cognitive-behavioral therapy for the
Bipolar Disorder Magazine | Bphope.com Blog | Palms Up
I continue to spend time quietly observing ways to adapt actions that may be designed for use in other situations or purposes to keep my fir
TED launches a groundbreaking online education initiative
Last month, the folks at TED announced their new education initiative. They call it "TED-Ed," and it's part of a brand new platform designed
Bipolar Disorder Magazine | Bphope.com Blog | Practicing What I Preach
As a mental health professional I have to follow the same recommendations I give my clients. Exercise, medication, and proper sleep are but
I Stood Up: Disclosing Bipolar Disorder on Facebook
I disclosed that I have bipolar disorder on Facebook after being inspired by the Stand Up for Mental Health campaign. It’s been very positiv
Service Dogs for Disabilities Including Mental Health Issues, Autism and...
Service dogs, or working dogs, are trained to provide services for all types of disabilities including physical (hearing impaired, blind, di
Recognizing Facial Emotions in Bipolar Disorder | Bipolar Blogger Natash...
Bipolar blogger Natasha Tracy helps explain why people with bipolar disorder may have difficulty identifying a person's mood by facial expre